136. I drank the Kool-Aid for a while w/ Florian Birkmayer, MD

Dr. Florian Birkmayer shares his journey from mainstream psychiatry to questioning the profession and witnessing the creation of professional patients. He became frustrated by the use of psychiatric drugs to cover up symptoms and co-founded AromaGnosis. We discuss the harmful effects of labeling and diagnosing mental illness, and the conditioning of society to believe that something is wrong with them. It touches on the importance of cultural traditions and the need for alternative approaches to healing. 


Note: This podcast episode is designed solely for informational and educational purposes, without endorsing or promoting any specific medical treatments. We strongly advise consulting with a qualified healthcare professional before making any medical decisions or taking any actions.

*If you are in crisis or believe you have an emergency, please contact your doctor or dial 911. If you are contemplating suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained and skilled counselor.

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Dr. Roger McFillin
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Dr. Roger McFillin
Dr. Roger McFillin is a Clinical Psychologist, Board Certified in Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology. He is the founder of the Conscious Clinician Collective and Executive Director at the Center for Integrated Behavioral Health.
Kel Wetherhold
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Kel Wetherhold
Teacher | PAGE Educator of the Year | CIBH Education Consultant | PBSDigitalInnovator | KTI2016 | Apple Distinguished Educator 2017 | Radically Genuine Podcast
Sean McFillin
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Sean McFillin
Radically Genuine Podcast / Advertising Executive / Marketing Manager / etc.
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Florian Birkmayer, MD
Florian Birkmayer, MD is committed to his Wounded Healer's journey, helping others find their personal myth. After a career in mainstream psychiatry, he became frustrated by the use of meds to cover up symptoms and co-founded aromagnosis.com.
136. I drank the Kool-Aid for a while w/ Florian Birkmayer, MD
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